It also enables you to:
Specify the start address for the disassembly. You can use expressions in
this field, for example
$r3, or drag and
drop a register from the Registers
view into the Disassembly view to
see the disassembly at the address in that register.
Select the instruction set for the view.
Create, delete, enable or disable a breakpoint or watchpoint at a memory
Freeze the selected view to prevent the values being updated by a running target.
Figure 11-9 Disassembly view
Gradient shading in the Disassembly view shows the start of each function.
Solid shading in the Disassembly view shows the instruction at the address of the current PC register followed by any related instructions that correspond to the current source line.
In the left-hand margin of the Disassembly view you can find a marker bar that displays view markers associated with specific locations in the disassembly code.
To set a breakpoint, double-click in the marker bar at the position where you want to set the breakpoint. To delete a breakpoint, double-click on the breakpoint marker.
NoteIf you have sub-breakpoints to a parent breakpoint then double-clicking on
the marker also deletes the related sub-breakpoints.